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University of Southern California Men | Women


Division:NCAA - Div. I
Conference:Pac-12
Location:Los Angeles, CA
Head Coach:Alison Swain
Assistant Coach:Chris Wootton
Institution Type:Private
Environment:Very large city
Student Population:18,000+
Top Recruiting Classes: #7 in 2019, #4 in 2018, #4 in 2015, #2 in 2014, R.V. in 2013, #19 in 2012, #2 in 2011, #14 in 2010, R.V. in 2009, #14 in 2008, #1 in 2007, #8 in 2006


 
 Commitments
The commitment list includes both verbal commitments from players and official commitments reported by schools.
 2019 | 2018 | 2017 | 2016 | 2015 | 2014 | 2013
 
RatingNameCityState
Eryn Cayetano Corona CA
Payton Saca Sacramento CA
  Carson Branstine Orange CA
 
 Prospects
The prospect list includes all high-school players that have indicated interest in a program.
 2019 | 2020 | 2021 | 2022
 
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Recruiting News
 
The following articles are relevant to the USC women's team.
 
3-Jun-2019
Top Women's Classes - 2019 Spring Rankings
Last week, we ranked the men's recruiting classes. Today, we take a look at the women. TRN and Mizuno are proud to present its spring rankings of the Top 25 Women's Recruiting Classes. Four new faces have popped into the Top Ten over the past few months, and there is a new face at the top - with the Gamecocks' first appearance at No. 1.
 
10-May-2019
Happy Mother's Day: Sweet 16 Players Honor Mom with Tributes
They spent years driving them to practice and tournaments. They paid for entry fees, food and travel. They sacrified personal time to watch matches at all hours. They are tennis moms, and we are honoring them this weekend with tributes from players still remaining in the NCAA Division I Sweet 16. Happy Mother's Day!
 
9-May-2019
Super Regionals: What to Know About the Sweet 16
All eight top seeds advanced to the Sweet 16 in both the men's and women's bracket of the NCAA Division I Championships. They will be hosting matches on Friday or Saturday as part of the new Super Regional format. The winners will earn a ticket to the USTA National Tennis Center in Orlando to play for the national title.
 
20-Feb-2019
Cepeda Uses Wilderness Therapy to Improve Coaching
Williams College women's head coach Anik Cepeda spent two years away from tennis working as a senior field instructor at Evoke Wilderness Therapy. The experience helped Cepeda gain a different perspective that is benefitting her players.
 
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The Sports News Wire
 
We continuously monitor news feeds from various online sources such as CSTV, UWIRE, and JumpTV to bring you the latest news about your favorite teams.
 
21-May-2019 USC's Kulikov/Valdes Advance to NCAA Round of 16
20-May-2019 Salma Ewing Falls in NCAA First Round
20-May-2019 Three Trojans to Compete in NCAA Singles and Doubles Tournaments
14-May-2019 Three Trojans Earn Pac-12 All-Academic Honors
11-May-2019 USC Falls to South Carolina in NCAA Round of 16
8-May-2019 USC Women's Tennis Welcomes Payton Saca
7-May-2019 No. 13 USC Women's Tennis Prepares for Rematch with South Carolina in Round of 16
7-May-2019 Salma Ewing and Angela Kulikov Earn All-Pac-12 Honors
5-May-2019 USC Women's Tennis Advances to Round of 16
4-May-2019 USC Women's Tennis Defeats Illinois State 4-0 in NCAA First Round
 
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